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Crush 3D

Subconscious conundrum

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Aces High | 11:50 - 17 April 2012
I loved Crush3D. It's a real underrated gem that can easily be picked up for under fifteen quid (I paid £14.98 from GAME) - and for such a unique and challenging puzzler, that's a bargain as far as I'm concerned.

Peter's right, the visuals are a little uninspired, as is the narrative, which indeed could have played a far bigger part of the whole experience, but the oh-so-clever dynamics far outweigh these small negatives. Crush3D is clear proof of the old adage that personality is far more important than looks, and this particular platform puzzler is every bit as wonderfully clever and beautifully unique as it is visually unispired.

I'd recommend this to anyone that's looking for the the sort of über-rewarding gameplay that only a game with properly old-skool difficulty can offer. The fact that Crush3D harks back to a time when graphics weren't the be-all-and-end-all they are today somehow feels kind of apt. And I loved it.

 
 
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